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Jet Lag, One Day For Every Hour + Outsourcing Blog

Laura and I went down to Qualicum Beach on Sunday for a walk to enjoy the beach and the calming affects of the ocean waves.

They say that it takes one day for every hour that you are away from your original time zone. The difference between PDT and BST in London, England is 8 hours. Given that we landed in Vancouver, BC on Saturday, June 10th at 7:00pm PDT arriving from a Saturday, 6:30pm BST British Airways flight from London England ( I love giving excellent service a plug ), yesterday, Sunday, June 17th was the 8th day of getting back from our trip.

I’ve have had an easy time and have not really felt any affects of jet lag other then the odd time when I move quickly getting and it feels like a delayed reaction as my body follows along.

Yesterday Sunday, June 17th was the 8th day and that was the day that the jet lag caught up with me and I was tired right out.

It is no wonder from the trip and from likely putting everything I had into getting back on top of the business from being way for two weeks in Toronto and London.

Laura and I have been celebrating the success taking the business on the road on Sunday, May 27th and going full on and seizing every day since then.

So Sunday was a peaceful day.

Today Monday, I’m flying to Calgary, AB for a 12:30pm flight for Tuesday’s 9am CST Removing Your Roadblocks Presentation to Pro-Seminars.

Outsourcing Blog

If you have been reading you will know that ‘Outsourcing” is really on my mind these days. To quote The Dip by Seth Godin, “We fail when we get distracted by tasks that we don’t have the guts to quit”.

I am going to do my best to post an Outsourcing Blog everyday to hold myself accountable to Outsourcing because this is essential to help us reinvent our business for the fall public speaking season.

So today we are outsourcing and saving Laura and I about 3 ¾ hours by hiring Island Chauffer to drive the 1 ¼ hour drive to the airport. Laura will save the 2 ½ hours there and back and I will be able to pass the time by working while in the back of the car on the way to the airport.